Choose a spot where you can make your presence felt without being too intrusive.
Unless you are short-sighted or have problems with your hearing, avoid sitting right at the front of the class just next to her – this will make it too obvious that you are trying to get her attention and her defenses will go up.
Compliments are good way to flirt, but you will have to keep them subtle when flirting with your teacher.
For instance, say “that’s a really nice handbag/dress/pair of shoes, Miss Parker”.
Similarly, sitting at the back of the class will make you appear mischievous and immature and you will soon find yourself in her bad books.
Hence, find a spot in the middle of the room, but not among a crowd of students (always sit next to a wall).
Meanwhile flirt had come to mean "a pert young hussey" [Johnson] by 1560s, and Shakespeare has flirt-gill (i.e.
Stand out from the Crowd Apart from showing keener interest in your class work than your classmates, you may also separate yourself from the crowd by having a unique sense of fashion and style. Wear well-fitting trendy clothes, maintain a good hygiene and wear nice cologne.
This way, you can answer your teacher’s difficult questions, particularly those that your classmates have no clue about, and you will be able to get her attention.